|leave her with the sitter|
Quoting ang_turtle+2:" We're on vacation right now, I'm able to take my 4 year old to disney world tomorrow bc a family friend ... [snip!] ... a nap. I feel bad for leaving her with my granny, I hate doing something for one kid and not the other. What would you guys do?"
Quoting ♥ Olive Oyl:" She will be happier at home. It is so hot out and nothing for her to do. I think your older kid would be happier too, having alone time with mommy and daddy. Kids need that special time."
Quoting lauren♥:" If you want some one on one time with your 4 year old, then leave the younger one at home. But there ... [snip!] ... is PLENTY for her to do at Disney World! Trust me. Are yall just doing one park? If so, I'd recommend doing Magic Kingdom "
Quoting ang_turtle+2:" just mommy but yea i agree and it will prolly be rainy all day too, i know it will be easy and nicer on both of us i just feel like i'm leaving her out of something fun and awesome i guess"
Quoting ♥ Olive Oyl:" Whoops.. Sorry I love mommy and me dates! DD feels so much better afterwards. We usually do something like toes and pizza, but I can imagine yours will be thrilled with Disney World."
Quoting ang_turtle+2:" yea she's been talking about it all day! and yea going to magic kingdom :-) i'm so excited for her, ... [snip!] ... went as a kid until i was to old to believe in all the "magic" of it and all that jazz so i'm excited to see her reaction to it"That'll be nice, and your hands will be free for all the moments to be caught on photo!
Quoting ~*Camryn's Mommy*~:" I don't have any experience with Disney Parks, but we have Kings Dominion not far from our home and I ... [snip!] ... the baby a little diversified fun? Does Disney have a baby water park? They have to or it wouldn't be Disney, I would think. ;)"